Offered in base S and uplevel SL trims, the Rogue is powered by a four-cylinder engine and is available with front- or all-wheel drive. Competition includes the Toyota RAV4 and Saturn Vue, and the Rogue seats five people.
New for 2010
There are no significant changes for 2010.
The Rogue looks a lot like its corporate brother, the Nissan Murano, especially when looking at its eggcrate grille and upward-sweeping D-pillar. For 2010, the Rogue features a new 360-Degree option package that includes privacy glass, a rearview camera, a rear spoiler and a chrome grille.
- 16-inch steel wheels or 17-inch aluminum wheels
- Standard power mirrors, optional heated mirrors
- Standard chrome door handles
- Optional front fog lamps
- Optional xenon headlights
There's room for five in the Rogue's cabin. The driver and front passenger sit on bucket seats and face a fairly minimalist dashboard. Dash vents and control knobs are accented with silver-colored surrounds, and the instrument panel is dominated by two large gauges with orange illumination. An available flat-folding front passenger seat allows you to carry long items inside the SUV, and the second row features a 60/40-split folding bench seat.
- Available cloth, two-tone cloth and leather seating
- Standard air conditioning
- Standard power windows and speed-sensitive door locks
- Optional leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter
- Optional Bose audio system
- Optional Bluetooth phone connectivity
- Optional keyless entry and ignition system
Under the Hood
The Rogue is available with front- or all-wheel drive. Steering-wheel paddle shifters are available.
- 170-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 175 pounds-feet of torque
- Continuously variable automatic transmission
Standard safety features include:
- Side-impact and side curtain airbags
- Electronic stability and traction control
- Standard smart key that immobilizes the engine in an attempted theft